Monday, January 7, 2013

951. Helping become better people




One day teacher of English A said to teacher of English B, “Sometimes I think that we teachers – and firstly the family – should help the kid become a better person more than helping him to work better. If we aid the kid to become a better person, he will become a better worker. 

However, it’s also true that work is a source of bettering; for example, if the boy, or the girl, struggles to work better, he or she will better him or herself. 

What values can we foster amongst our students? What virtues can we help them acquire, with their families’ consent? 

First, bear in mind that parents and older siblings are the first educators of kids. Some values and virtues, well, think of honesty, solidarity, friendship, helping others, environment friends, sincerity, joy, fortitude, justice, temperance, respecting others, hard-working, politeness, order, generosity, thinking of others…” / Photo from: fathomaway com 08885d24d28fc777ff78b018339bc549   
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